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This week, you’ll hear about the riots turned deadly in Gaza, why your AT&T payments might be lining the pockets of Trump’s lawyer, and the latest case of Melania allegedly plagiarizing with her “Be Best” campaign. In the 360 topic, “I Know When that Hotline Bling...” (34:20), Keesa & Djevna talk about the latest string of #WhileBlack incidents resulting in the unnecessary involvement of law enforcement. People of color can’t shop, leave Airbnbs, or go on college tours without running the risk of being perceived as a threat. It’s hard to think race doesn’t play a factor when minding your own business is a cause for concern. Who decides who or what is “normal” in different environments? At what point do we start judging and taking actions against those who waste law enforcement’s time and resources for frivolous claims? One recent Twitter thread even claims that white people calling the cops is an intentional tactic of gentrification to gain power under the guise of safety concerns, but check out the episode to hear our thoughts and if you love it, LIKE and share!

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